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scornfully proud
haughty
confederates
an ally
marked by contempt, abuse
profane
to cause to soften, to give in
relent
to voice or convey disapproval of
reproved
various; miscellaneous
sundry
to consist of
comprised
a conference at which advice is given
consultation
verbal expression in speech
discourse
the act of cursing
execrations
causing physical fatigue; lacking in interest
wearisome
tiresome; lacking in interest as to cause mental weariness
tedious
mournful, unfortunate
lamentable
to make an earnest request of
entreated
to rob of goods by force
plunder
sadness or depression
melancholy
weakened, worn out
decrepit
appetizing to the taste or smell
savory
a condition of pain
affliction
to place under one's power by or as if by magic
bewitching
a preference
predilection
to disguise or conceal behind a false appearance
dissembling
a complaint or protestation
grievance
to cause persistant irritation or resentment
rankle
possessed at birth
innate
make corrupt, dishonor
defile
one who opposes and contends against another
antagonistic
the body of ideas reflecting the social needs and aspirations of an individual/culture
ideology
a law, order, or decree that forbids something
prohibition
to make evident or certain by showing or displaying
manifestation
order set by the court
injunction
respect and esteem due to a superior or an elder
deference
divine guidance or care
providence
strong belief in something
conviction
deficiency or color especially of the face
pallor
a written accusation by a grand jury charging a person with a crime
indictment
by that very fact
ipso facto
written or printed statement made under oath
affidavit
honor/devotion
reverence
insincerity by virtue of pretending to have qualities or beliefs that you do not really have
hypocrisy
witty language used to convey insults or scorn
sarcasm
a signed written agreement between two or more parties to perform some action
covenant
document of a person's testimony
deposition
pretending with intention to deceive
pretense
skeptical
incredulous
a feeling of righteous anger
indignation
of momentous or ominous significance
prodigious
to blame
reproach
sorrow for sin, with desire to amend and atone
penitence
avoid or try to avoid
evade
to defend or maintain
assert
determined by chance, whim, or impulse
arbitrary
lacking discretion
indiscreet
to reduce in amount, degree, or intensity
abate
traveling from place to place
itinerant
demanding great effort or labor
arduous
moral uprightness; righteousness
rectitude
to make easy or easier
facilitate
following in time or order
subsequent
to tear up by the roots
eradicate
to drive forward through moral pressure
impel
to provide with property, income, source of income
endowed
not to be separated
inalienable
to obtain or receive from a source
derive
to do away with
abolish
attentiveness toward possible hazards
prudence
passing with time
transient
a wrongful seizure
usurpation
to show or demonstrate clearly
evince
absolute power or authority
despotism
to keep within close bounds
constrain
free from prejudice
candid
to retire from
relinquish
an absolute ruler who governs without restrictions
tyrant
agreement
assent
great challenger; arousing fear, dread, or alarm
formidable
decomposition into fragments or parts
dissolution
to relinquish
render
to ask for or request earnestly
entreat
black in color
ebony
to deceive
beguile
menacing; threatening
ominous
angel
seraphim
directed away from what is right or good
perverseness
having elements of great variety or incongruity
motley
to inspire or influence thoroughly
imbue
state of wild excitement; uncover
rout
having or showing keen discernment, sound judgement, and farsightedness
sagacious